One particular iPhone 3G on eBay (US) is making its way to becoming featured on a number of blogs this week. This 8Gb black iPhone 3G is just one week old, though screen is seriously cracked from an accidentally drop on the floor, everything else does function perfectly fine, as pictured and as claimed by its seller. At this moment, bid is just at $127.50, though reserve have not yet been met.

Iphone 3g Broken Screen No Contract

No contract comes with this phone.  The Iphone comes with charger, sim card, sim card removal tool, usb cord, user manual and original box.

With brand new iPhone 3Gs’ with no attached contracts on eBay bidding up to as much as $700 – $800 or even more, how much are you willing to pay for an iPhone 3G that’s got a damaged screen, taking into consideration you will probably need to spend some cash to repair it at some point in the future…

Iphone 3g Broken Screen No Contract Internet Wifi

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6 Responses to Heads up! Broken screen iPhone 3G up for bid on eBay…

  1. 1

    Hey, people will buy anything!

  2. 2
    Sam says:

    unless you’ve already sold it email me i’d be interested to buy it for a fair price

    Thanks Sam

  3. 3
    Sam says:

    unless you’ve already sold it email me i’d be interested to buy it for a fair price ( or if any one is selling a damaged iphone 3g

    Thanks Sam

  4. 4
    Doris says:

    I had a similar glass breakage issue with the iPhone 3G and I was told by a friend about They fixed my iPhone 3G the same day they received it and had it back to me looking brand new. The best part is that their repair was only $75! I really recommend it!


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